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Enrollment hard to predict even as applications increase

On April 4, the College at Florham entertained a total of 1,250 students and guests for the Admitted Students Day. More than 400 accepted freshmen attended and the comments from students and parents were very positive, according to Provost...

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Plans tied to FDU NOW on hold due to recession

Two years ago, Fairleigh Dickinson University announced its plans for a new campaign to advance capital projects at both the College at Florham and the Metropolitan Campus. FDU Now, a $50 million enterprise, has several initiatives...

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FDU goes green for a day

On April 20, Fairleigh Dickinson University celebrated its third annual Green Day. The activities included a tree planting, various workshops on recycling and energy, a vendor fair and performances by Melodies of Heaven, the FDU choir, and an address by...

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Clubs lack members

Clubs and organizations at the College at Florham are experiencing a deficit in club members. The past academic year has proven to be difficult for clubs on campus as they struggle with the upkeep of the organization. Meetings are...

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Female orgasm event a hit with students

On Monday, April 6, Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller brought their knowledge and sense of humor to FDU with their interactive sex-education workshop, The Female Orgasm. The presentation was informative and entertaining for both male and...

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Multiple study abroad options for students

Many students are unaware that the Study Abroad Office at FDU offers more than just a semester abroad at Wroxton. In the past, students have visited various destinations, including Brazil, Argentina, Australia, Ireland and South Africa, according...

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Busy spring semester brings new projects

It’s been a busy spring semester for the new senate of SGA, and ambitions have been off to a great start. The senate of 2009 recently started an initiative which involves the delegation of one to two...

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‘Irena’s Vow’ cast gives standout performance

The uneventful 2008-2009 theatre season finally has a worthwhile play and an incredible performance to its credit. In a season full of forgettable musicals and mediocre performances, “Irena’s Vow” stands out as a well-acted, riveting piece...

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Rogen comedy missing humor

Well-known comedian Seth Rogan’s recently released movie “Observe and Report” wasn’t exactly the funniest movie ever created. Actually, it was difficult to find any sort of comedy in the film. Any attempts at comedy were somewhat...

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Novel loosely based on former student’s FDU experiences

“It started out as me sitting in a boring literature class and became a rant of me sitting in class not wanting to be there,” said Jonathan Avella, author of “First Light” and former FDU student. The fast-paced,...

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